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Tinker Bell
Disney Fairies
Feisty tinker fairy and friend to all in Pixie Hollow.
HexIcoN-ToyBox-2.0 IcoN-Edition-2.0
Model INF-1000120
Costume Tinker Bell Costume
Sidekick Tinker Bell Sidekick
Voiced by Mae Whitman
Combat Ranged
Special Move Fairy Dash
Icon-ability-Flyer Icon-ability-Marksman Icon-ability-MaximumStrength

Tinker Bell is a character from the Walt Disney Animation Tinker Bell movie. She may be used in:

Tinker Bell was first revealed to be in Disney Infinity 2.0 after Walmart posted a preorder for her. She was officially confirmed by Disney on July 16, 2014 alongside Stitch in a trailer. Her appearance is a cross between her dress from "Peter Pan" and her wings from "Tinker Bell" (close inspection in-game will reveal her unique pattern in her wings). Tinker Bell was released on November 4 2014, in Wave 1.[1]

Abilities

Tinker Bell can attack enemies with pixie dust and make them float as a ranged attack, she can fly using her wings, and she can also heal other players, or even boost her own health. She uses her signature magic wand for combat. Tinker Bell can also unlock the Maximum Strength Special Ability.

Skill Tree

Tinker Bell's Skill Tree is, like all the other playable characters', divided into branches, that improve different abilities. Following is a list of all the upgrades in the four different branches in Tinker Bell's Skill Tree, plus the 2 Respenders.

Ranged Attack

Name Description Notes

Street Spike

Street Spike

Allows the Character to slam a carried object into the ground by tapping the 'attack' button.

1 skill point

Rough Landing

Tinker Bell - Rough Landing

Increases the damage and area affected by Tinker Bell's Air Assault.

2 skill points

Pixie Dust Blast - Level 1

Tinker Bell - Pixie Dust Blast

Allows Tinker Bell's wand to launch charged bursts of pixie dust.

2 skill points

Pixie Dust Blast - Level 2

Charged Range Attack

Increases the recharge speed of Tinker Bell's Pixie Dust Blast attack.

4 skill points

Pixie Dust Blast - Level 3

Charged Range Attack

Increases the recharge speed of Tinker Bell's Pixie Dust Blast attack.

6 skill points

Ultra Ranged Attack Upgrade

Ultra Ranged Attack Upgrade

Increases the damage caused by Tinker Bell's Pixie Dust Blast.

4 skill points

Wand Some More - Level 1

Tinker Bell - Wand Some More

Increases the number of pixie dust bursts that are launched from Tinker Bell's wand during her Pixie Dust Blast.

2 skill points

"Wand Some More" is a play on words, where "want" is replaced by "wand".

Ranged Attack Upgrade

Ranged Attack Upgrade

Increases the damage caused by Tinker Bells' Pixie Dust Blast.

2 skill points

Wand Some More - Level 2

Tinker Bell - Wand Some More

Increases the number of pixie dust bursts that are launched from Tinker Bell's wand during her Pixie Dust Blast.

4 skill points

Wand Some More - Level 3

Tinker Bell - Wand Some More

Increases the number of pixie dust bursts that are launched from Tinker Bell's wand during her Pixie Dust Blast.

6 skill points

Melee Attack

Name Description Notes

Mid-Air Recovery

Mid-Air Recovery

Allows the Character to recover in mid-air by tapping the 'jump' button.

1 skill point

Damage Increase

Damage Increase

Increases the damage caused by Tinker Bell's combo attack.

2 skill point

Dust Up

Tinker Bell - Dust Up

A counter attack maneuver that allows Tinker Bell to create a swirling storm of pixie dust that lifts nearby targets into the air.

2 skill points

Pixie Push

Tinker Bell - Pixie Push

When performing Dust Up, release the 'attack' button then tap the 'attack' button to repel opponents by flying aggressively toward them.

4 skill points

Super Damage Increase

Super Damage Increase

Increases the damage caused by Tinker Bell's combo attack.

4 skill points

Special Move and Power Discs

Name Description Notes

Fairy Dash

Tinker Bell - Fairy Dash

Tinker Bell's Special Move. Tink shrinks down to fairy size and quickly zips around, ricocheting between targets.

2 skill points

Speedy Meter Upgrade

Speedy Meter Upgrade

Increases the rate at which the Special Move meter fills when Power Pickups are obtained.

4 skill points

Special Move Bonus

Special Move Bonus

Increases the damage caused by Tinker Bell's Fairy Dash.

4 skill points

Scattering Dust - Level 1

Ricochet

Increases the number of targets Tinker Bell can ricochet to while performing her Fairy Dash.

2 skill points

Special Move Bonus

Special Move Bonus

Increases the damage caused by Tinker Bell's Fairy Dash.

2 skill points

Scattering Dust - Level 2

Ricochet

Increases the number of targets Tinker Bell can ricochet to while performing her Fairy Dash.

4 skill points

Scattering Dust - Level 3

Ricochet

Increases the number of targets Tinker Bell can ricochet to while performing her Fairy Dash.

6 skill points

Special Move Meter Upgrade

Special Move Meter Upgrade 1

Adds a portion to the Special Move meter. When filled, the Character can activate a Special Move.

3 skill points

Power Disc Recharge Upgrade

Power Disc Recharge Upgrade

Increases the rate at which the Power Disc meter fills.

3 skill points

Power Disc Recharge Upgrade

Power Disc Recharger Upgrade 2

Increases the rate at which the Power Disc meter fills.

5 skill points

Special Move Meter Upgrade

Special Move Meter Upgrade 2

Adds a portion to the Special Move meter. When filled, the Character can activate a Special Move.

5 skill points

Special Move Mega Bonus

Special Move Mega Bonus

Increases the damage caused by Donald's Rage.

6 skill points

Special Move Meter Upgrade

Special Move Meter Upgrade 3

Adds a portion to the Special Move meter. When filled, the Character can activate a Special Move.

6 skill points

Health and Speed

Name Description Notes

Health Boost

Health Boost

Increases Tinker Bell's maximum health.

1 skill point

Healing Magic

Tinker Bell - Healing Magic

Allows Tinker Bell to heal herself and other Characters around her while blocking.

3 skill point

With this upgrade, Tinker Bell can heal herself, Sidekicks, and other Characters on the same team as her.

Team Player

Team Player

Decreases the amount of time it takes to revive another Character or sidekick.

2 skill points

Helping Hand

Helping Hand

Decreases the amount of health needed to revive another Character or sidekick.

2 skill points

Helping Hand Upgrade

Helping Hand Upgrade

Decreases the amount of health needed to revive another Character or sidekick.

4 skill points

Flittering Feet - Level 1

Running Upgrade - Level 1

Increases Tinker Bell's running speed.

2 skill points

Super Health Boost

Super Health Boost

Increases Tinker Bell's maximum health.

3 skill points

Lighter Than Air

Tinker Bell - Lighter Than Air

Increases the speed of Tinker Bell's flight. Hold the 'jump' button to hover, hold the 'ranged attack' button while hovering for free flight.

2 skill points

Flittering Feet - Level 2

Running Upgrade - Level 2

Increases Tinker Bell's running speed.

3 skill points

Faith, Trust, and Pixie Dust

Tinker Bell - Faith, Trust, and Pixie Dust

Allows Tinker Bell to use the power of pixie dust to lift large objects.

5 skill points

Tinker Bell would still be able to lift the car on the picture without this upgrade.

Respenders

Name Description Notes

Respender 1

Respender 1

At level 10, allows you to completely respend all of your skills points. Use it wisely, though. Once purchased, it will be permanently used.

0 skill points

Respender 2

Respender 2

At level 20, allows you to completely respend all of your skills points. Use it wisely, though. Once purchased, it will be permanently used.

0 skill points

Quotes

For more quotes from this character, see Tinker Bell/Quotes.
  • Hi, I'm Tinker Bell. It's very nice to meet you.
  • Clank and Bobble would love it here. They'd never run out of things to tinker!
  • Did pixie dust do that?

Trivia

  • She is one of three playable characters in Disney Infinity 2.0 to have a costume in the 1.0 edition, the others being Maleficent and Jasmine.
  • Tinker Bell was added to the game after many fans requested for her to become a figure.[2]
  • Tink's attack moves were originally going to be very different. Animator Jamie Titera, who animated many of Tink's attack moves, said "I took this fairy completely in the wrong direction the first time and had her dancing and pirouetting all over the place like an Olympic ribbon tosser. Once I put it all together it felt completely wrong, so I redid her in a more feisty slashy attack way."[3]

Gallery

For more game related media, see Tinker Bell/Gallery.

References

  1. http://infinityinquirer.com/2014/08/18/official-disney-infinity-toy-box-starter-pack-disney-figures-wave-1-coming-november-4th-available-to-pre-order/
  2. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WNIpbVIpWY4
  3. https://vimeo.com/120418911


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